Jaguar Land Rover confirms plans to cut 2,000 jobs

200920 Jaguar Land Rover Granada
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Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has announced plans to cut around 2,000 jobs over the next year.

The car manufacturer, which operates plants across the Midlands, said it had started a full review as it looks into how it can "transform most effectively into a more agile organisation".

It comes as the company announced plans to shift to all-electric production by 2030 earlier this week.

JLR says the restructure of the workforce is part of its future strategy.

But the company added that the job losses will not impact manufacturing staff.

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